Posted by Doctor M on August 31, 1999 at 12:55:34:
In Reply to: Re: Dream on ... posted by Bill R (smelly wood gnome) on August 31, 1999 at 10:58:11:
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: : : : : Excuuuuuse me for dropping in so soon but I have a thing or two to say;
: : : : I did NOT engage in any "touchie-feelie" stuff this weekend. Or any other time, for that matter. So save your group hugs for the next Huron War Party. I don't do touchie-feelie/warm & fuzzy, got it?
: : : : : E
: : : : Thank goodness,
: : : : I thought it was a case of mass hysteria, or Doc Mary's been at the Lydia Pinkham's again. I expected Captain Kirk to jump out from behind a bush, giving an overacted rendition of "Hawkeye, this can't be happening, unless we have somehow been transported to an alternate universe." Suggest we use Billy as bait to see if there are any French and their allies lurking about.
: : : : Har de har,
: : : : Victoria
: : : They wouldn't have me. I'm too ugly, too fat, and smell too bad.
: : : No decent scalp to take, and unable to tote loads since surgery.
: : : They might leave me stay as I lay, but that's about it.
: : : Bill R
: : Oh, Mr. Patootie-Head, that is SO untrue. It is well-known that
: : the Hurons just love little smelly wood gnomes -- they stand
: : them in their gardens right next to the pink flamingos!
: : Suburban Hurons also find them handy to hold cunning wee
: : lanterns at the tops of their driveways.
: : XXXXX
: : Doctor M
: Doc M,
: I assume the Huron acquired these suburban and yuppie affectations AFTER they had attended Carlisle Indian School?
: Better to be a Patootie Head than a Poopie Head! Amazing to know geese could be so insightful and on-target so to speak. At least I don't have to go around with a rain hat, always watching the sky, and stay indoors during the months of migration in the fall and spring.
: I guess you have switched from Selson Blue to Goosie White, eh?
: Hey MMMMMMARCIA! Can you get that particular goose to pay Doc M here another visit?
: Bill R
Actually, the Rev. Wheelock, being a sterling East Coast
example of the breed, taught the Huron all his affectations.
I hear now they're riding their kids to lacrosse practice
on the backs of gigantic, oat-burning Clydesdales instead
of the more sensible compact models.
And don't you worry about Dr. Mary's poopal problem. I
think it can be solved by threading a stick through a
teensy little wood gnome, poking it into the ground so
he stands upright, and having him frantically flap his
itty bitty arms and legs at the avian intruders.
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